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  • six-month bavarianniversary

    It was a bureaucratically challenging start in Germany's third largest city, but I persevered and now It's not always terribly accurate, but it is a helpful tool, if you apply a bit of logic. 2) Germany Roughly 80% of all transactions in Germany are still settled using cold hard cash. on the honor system, with random ticket inspections to catch fare dodgers. 5) Freedom of Movement: Germany #munich #münchen #bavaria #bayern #germany #deutschland #europe #googletranslate

  • oktoberfest: beer there, done that

    Oktoberfest, which locals call Wiesn, is the world's largest beer festival, held annually in Munich, Bavaria, Germany During this three-ish week festival, Germans and tourists alike dress in their finest tracht (lederhosen #oktoberfest #munich #germany #bavaria #beer #europe

  • the road from london to münchen was paved with red tape

    As a US citizen, I can visit Germany for up to 90-days, visa-free, but in order to live/work, a residence I could have legally entered Germany as a tourist, and then gotten my visa after arrival, but I wouldn't FYI, in Germany, you also get your social security/insurance number through your healthcare provider. Had my work iPhone XR unlocked so that I could get an eSIM in Germany, which, in theory, would allow #munich #bavaria #germany #german #europe #visa #residencepermit #eubluecard #bluecard #bureaucracy #

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